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Midterm Practice Manual

Midterm Practice Manual - PCS211 Practice Midterm 1 Version...

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PCS211 Practice Midterm 1, Version 1 Practice Midterm Test: PCS211 Winter 2008 February 29, 2008 Page 1 /11 RYERSON UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS Practice Midterm Exam PCS211 WINTER 2008 Midterm Test February 29, 2008 Student number Section Print First Name Print Last Name Your Instructor's Name (circle it): T. Antimirova M. Milner-Bolotin J. Yuan Midterm Test Instructions - Read them attentively Duration of the test: 90 minutes. Formula sheets are not allowed. The only calculators allowed are either the Sharp EL-546 or C asio FX-991 . If you are found to have another type of calculator (even if not programmable) it will be confiscated for the duration of the test. The test consists of 15 multiple-choice questions worth 1 mark each (total 15 marks). Solve the problems in the space provided in this booklet (If no work is shown to justify the answer to a question, the resultant mark may be zero, even if the answer in the bubble sheet is correct). Transfer your choices to the bubble sheet only when you’re sure of them. Some answers are rounded off a bit so don’t panic ! Pagers and cell phones must be silenced and placed out of reach. Earphones are not allowed. If a phone rings, its owner is responsible for disrupting the exam and the phone will be confiscated or the owner will be asked to leave the room resulting in a zero on the test. Sharing of pens, erasers and calculators is not permitted. Talking to another student or glancing over another student’s paper is not permitted and it may result in a charge of academic misconduct.
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